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Ed Douglas:
Curing salt, which is different, is good. Also, coffee, and toilet paper, are luxuries most folks don't want to live without. Packaged dairy creamers, and sugar in packets and sugar substitutes might be good, also. P38 can openers(military) are always a good thing to have. We carried them on our dogtag chains. They are a great small thing to have.  ed

Yowbarb:
Air Mattresses and Pumps
Alcohol
Ammo
Art supplies
Aspirin small dose for heart
Aspirin whole dose for heart pain
Axe/Adz

Baby bed
Baby bottles
Baby bottles of juice, ready to drink
Baby blankets
Baby carrier sling
Baby clothes
Baby diapers
Baby food
Baby formula
Baby meds/fever reducer
Baby water
Baby waterproof pads
Baby wipes
Backpacks
Baskets
Bath Soap
Bath tub, galvanized about 2 ½ feet diameter/waterproof mat/small pallet to put on
Batteries
Beehives (see queen bees)
Beer Making kit
Benedryl capsules
Beverage creamers and sugars, small packets
Blankets, cotton thermal
Blankets, wool
Bleach
Books, childrens
Books - cooking
Books, educational, history, etc.
Books, fiction
Books, songs
Boots

Can openers
Can openers, P38 military type
Canned goods
Candles
Candle making kit, can, candles and wicks
Canning jars, supplies and instructions
Cards - deck of
Cat food
Chains
Chairs, small folding
Chapsticks
Chicks (baby chickens)
Childbirth kit
Cigarettes, cartons/matches
Cigarette pack case
Clothing of assorted sizes
Coffee
Coffee Pot, percolator type
Containers, all types and sizes
Cooking oil
Curing salt

Dental floss
Dishes - tin campground type/tin cups eating utensils included
Disinfectant cleaner
Document box, small and portable – waterproof – OR -
Document file, small and portable - waterproof
Dog food
Duct tape
Eggs, fresh
Eyeglasses assorted strengths
Electric tape
Flashlights
Food,  hot meal - or -
Food, MREs or cans to take with. 
First-aid kit
Food cooler boxes
Fuel, gas, diesel, kerosene

Games - boardgames
Gas masks
Gloves, workgloves
Goat milk, fresh
Goats to go, young weaned billy and milk goat   
Goggles
Grains

Hairbrushes and combs
Hammers
Hand lotions
Hand hatchet
Hen, fertile to go
Herbs (dried medicinal)

Ice cream maker
Identification holder, plastic
Ice skates
Insect repellent

Jokebook
Jump ropes

Knitting kit and yarn
Knitting needles
Knives

Lamp oil
Lantern, propane
Lantern fuel, propane for Coleman - type lantern
Lard/Tallow
Laundry bucket,
Laundry kit:  Bucket, galvanized steel; large/hand laundry bar/soap holder/scrubber/clothesline/pins
Laundry detergent, environmentally friendly type
Lice medicine
Lighters

Machetes
Manuals - How To, survival
Manure
Maps
Matches
Medicines
Mill (hand crank)
Motor oil 
Nails for construction
Nail trimmer kits
Nose cover - protective

Oil lamps
Paper - writing
Patterns
Penicillin
pens
Peroxide
Pets - kitten, puppy etc. to take with
Pet Food
Pet Meds
Pipe tobacco/matches
Pipes
Plant food
Plants - small containers of plants/ berries/ herbs/tomatoes/other foods/ label identifying each
Plants, jars with potatoes, avocadoes,  etc. growing
Playpens
Pot - big iron pot
Pully

Quarantine Instruction manual and kit
Queen bee and drones
Quiltmaking supplies
Quilts

Rabbits
Rifles - for the honest folk passing though
Roosters (along with the hen and chicks)
Rope
Ruler, foot long 

"S" hooks and other irons
Salt
Sandpaper
Sanitary pads
Saw
Scissors
Seeds
Sewing kit
Shampoo
Sharpening stones
Sharpening tools for knives, scissors
Shoelaces
Shovels
Shoes
Skillet - iron with metal spatula
Skin lotion
Skins (buck, antelope, elk, bovine, etc)
Sleeping bags
Snowshoes
Snow chains
Soap
Sourdough starter in a plastic bowl with cheesecloth secured over it,
Spices
Sprouts, growing
Sprouts, small container and seeds
String
Sugar
Suitcases
Sunglasses
Sunscreen

Tables, small folding - chairs
Tarps
Tea/Coffee
Tea Tree Oil
Tents
Tent pegs, mallets
Tobacco, loose leaf
Tobacco rolling papers
Toilet paper
Toothbrushes, toothpastes
Toys
Trees, small - growing in containers
Tripod for cooking and water boiling over a fire
Twinage

Udder care kit (goats, cows)
Underwear, children's, men's, women's

Vaporizer kit, battery - operated
Vehicle maintnence supplies
Vines, grape etc.
Volleyballs
Volleyball, net kits

Wagons
Washcloths
Washpan kit, campground-type - including soap and and campground mirror
Water cups, tin, campgound type
Water, canned survival supply
Water, barrel of
WD-40
Weapons
Whiskey
Wine
Wooden pallets
Wood - small bundle of firewood, tinder paper and matches

Xylophone and mallets

Yardstick
Yard goods (materials to make clothing)
Yogurt starter
Zapper (reference Huldra /clark book)
Zest - small cheesecloth packet of herbs and spices, tied with a small twine, cooking

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Alfred Williams:
  I was the one who got my Grandmothers old Treadle Sewing Machine. I had many fun hours being her power when she would sew long strips together for blankets. A tool that would be needed if we go all natural in our living methods.
 Getting any hand powered tools are good to have in the kitchen and the barn{{:>)

chaunska:
You can find treadles at antique shops...they run about $150 for a working one (out here in the midwest).   You can still get belts and parts for Singers.   I have a Singer treadle and an old electric Necchi that can be converted to treadle power.   I use them all the time and they sew better than modern sewing machines.   Definately worth the investment incase electricity becomes a thing of the past....

Ed Douglas:
Without explaining all of the scientific stuff, there is no guarantee that there will be electric, with solar panels, due to EMP events.  ed

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